Audience: A.J. Cabalu


Houses Without Walls

"Houses Without Walls" was a power-packed and touching one-act play wherein the stage and two players are divided by a wall that these two characters physically break down and that is spiritually/emotionally/expositorily navigated by a third player (the ego mother?). I found that watching it conveyed what it means to experience separation, in particular the separation of mothers and daughters (and since I am neither a mother nor a daughter, I could also remark that it's a treatment of trying to correlate the separation of the two sides of our brains, even) as a result of societal happenstance.


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